As a former street racer, I’ve seen just about every trick in the book. Putting your car on the bottle is not for everyone, but it’s the easiest way to gain an edge—especially when you’ve got a hidden system. Back in the day, running a dry nitrous system would usually end with a blown engine, but with today’s technology it’s quite safe—especially when done in moderation. In our case, the nitrous will be injected in front of the throttlebody, while the extra fuel will be delivered precisely through the fuel injectors. Compared to delivering nitrous together with fuel through a fogger nozzle (wet system), a dry system like ours is much easier to hide. For this build, we’re using a NOS fan spray nozzle plumbed inside the intake tract. To feed it, we’re using 1/8” flexible nylon tubing hidden inside a vacuum hose. But unlike a true street racer’s system, everything will be revealed through our custom built Killer Glass intake.